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RETRO Roamer

More items from the Retro Roamer columns of 30 years ago

■ Residents in the Claggan houses, which back onto the new ‘advance factory’ on the moor, have a message for the Highlands and Islands Development Board and its contractors.

The burglar alarms on the – as yet – unlit new building definitely and deafeningly work. At two in the morning, and three, four, five and 6am. Sometimes in between those hours as well. The most charitable comment I’ve heard from the Clagganites is that it’s a great pity the alarm can’t be heard in Inverness.

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